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Cocktails 05.18.09

Summer Cocktails: Red & Yellow

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red and yellow cocktails

Whether the color is coming from the drink or the garnish, red & yellow sure makes a bright, lovely combo for summer cocktails, don’t you think?

{Pictured above} Fuzzy Navel garnished with lemon peel and raspberries. {Pictured below, clockwise from top left} Pomegranate Martini & Yellow Passion Fruit Caipirinha {via Brides}; Tequila Sunrise; Bloody Mary “Light” feauring organic tomato water as the “juice”; Screwdriver & Ruby Red Grapefruit cocktails on the rocks.

red and yellow cocktails

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

12 responses to “Summer Cocktails: Red & Yellow”

  1. Sascha Bush says:

    Yum, these look divine! I love making caipirinha’s so i’ll take a stab at that one. The other weeks, I found a great recipe for a ginger caipirinha that i’m going to try, for anyone interested:
    http://www.bettyconfidential.com/ar/ld/a/cocktails_that_are_just_perfect_for_spring.html

    Thanks again

  2. These are so pretty! I love pictures of cocktails.

  3. Two very refreshing colors for summertime beverages, individually and all the more so when combined.

  4. These sound tasty. They’re beautiful too!

  5. I am thirsty just thinking about my next cocktail color invention!

  6. these look delicious. love the colors!

  7. Oh to have summer right now, its so cold here, as we are in winter, but I suppose we can still have those cocktails can’t we???

  8. Yum, those all look so delicious!

  9. Erin says:

    Yum! This is exactly the inspiration I needed for my husband’s upcoming 40th birthday party. Thank you!

    Erin
    http://www.RedStamp.com

  10. They all look so yummy – thanks for the recipes :)

  11. Davids says:

    Summer, summer, summer time! I want a pool and a cocktail.

  12. Addison says:

    For some reason, the cocktails always taste better when they are a bright fun color, especially on a sunny day!! I great liqueur i’ve recently started using to make my fun colored drinks is a melon flavored one made by TY KU! It’s already a fun green color so you don’t have to do much work :)